- True, J, K. Errington and R. Wood. Gender Impacts of Trade in the Pacific. Funded by the University of Auckland Summer Scholarship Programme, February 2010.
- True, J. Independent Assessment of the ECOTECH Implementation of APEC Working Groups and SOM Taskforces: Human Resources Development Working Group. APEC Secretariat, Singapore, May 2009.
- True, J. ‘The Political Economy of Women’s Human Rights.’ Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women, its Causes and Consequences Annual Report to United Nations Human Rights Commission, Geneva, June 2009.
- True, J. Independent Assessment of the ECOTECH Implementation of APEC Working Groups and SOM Taskforces: Gender Focal Point Network. APEC Secretariat, Singapore, May 2008, pp.60.
- True, J. Methodologies for Analysing the Impact of Government Policies on Families: A Conceptual Review. New Zealand Families Commission, Wellington, November, 2005.
- True, J. and M. Mintrom, Framework for the Future: Equal Employment Opportunities in New Zealand New Zealand Human Rights Commission, June, 2004 (pp. 156).
- M. Bratton, G. Lambright, K. Ludwig and J. True, Democracy, Economy, and Gender in Uganda: Report of a National Sample Survey, Washington DC: International Foundation for Electoral Systems and the Donor Monitoring Group for the Referendum, 2000.
True, J. “Securitizing Feminism or Feminist Security Studies? Review of Gender in International Security ed. L. Sjoberg”. … Continue reading Book reviews
Refereed book chapters
True, J. ““What is Critical about Critical Theory Revisited: The Case of Four International Relations Scholars … Continue reading Refereed book chapters
Refereed journal articles
True, J. “Increasing Women’s Participation in Governance”. Politics & Gender, forthcoming 2012. M-L Krook and J. True. “Rethinking … Continue reading Refereed journal articles
Global Change Peace and Security OCIS (Oceanic Conference in International Studies) Special Issue 23, 1 (February), … Continue reading Edited journal
Jacqui True. 2012 The Political Economy of Violence Against Women. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming … Continue reading Books